Essential String Skipping Exercise for Acoustic Guitar

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Pro guitarist and Elixir® Strings artist Marc Seal introduces a string skipping exercise to add to your daily practice routine. In this short acoustic guitar video lesson, watch as Marc adds some ear-catching interest to his playing by using wide intervals in his picking patterns. Although jumping from one string to a nonadjacent one needs an accurate picking hand technique to execute effectively, with practice you’ll find it an invaluable tool to use in both rhythm and lead parts.

“Elixir Strings always sound stellar and really last! Because of the coating, they always feel like a new set of strings to me. Honestly, I love them!” – Marc Seal, Phosphor Bronze with NANOWEB® Coating, 13-56

Enhance your acoustic playing with more lessons from Marc, Phil Keaggy, Mary Flower and many others on the Elixir Strings YouTube Channel. You can catch more of Marc on Take the Lead, a live guitar experience airing Thursdays at 3 PM PST.

Elixir Strings offers two featherweight coatings in its acoustic line, both with the same long lasting tone. Learn more about Elixir Acoustic Strings.

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